Dissolve fat without liposuction

May 16th, 2013

You work out every day and yet you can’t lose those love handles. The latest technique to help you achieve a new slender you is a safe, non-surgical, non-invasive, medically supervised alternative to liposuction. Treatements can be performed during your lunch break.

Mesotherapy can be used for contouring of the abdomen, arms, back legs and hands. Vitamins and amino acids are sed to tighten sagging skin while other agents are used to remove areas of fat, restoring a more youthful and athletic appearance to the body’s contours.

It is the latest technique to fight unwanted fat using a series of multiple superficial micro injections of a "mixture" of FDA approved pharmaceutical drugs, vitamins and supplements.

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Mesotherapy – no needle, hight frequency

April 30th, 2013

Widely practiced in Europe, traditional mesotherapy targets problem areas with microinjections of medicines, vitamins, minerals and amino acids. No-needle high frequency mesotherapy aims to deliver the same results but without the pain associated with the injections – a viable option for needle phobics. Injection-free mesotherapy is also known as needle-free mesotherapy, no-needle mesotherapy or virtual mesotherapy, to differentiate it from the painful and intrusive traditional mesotherapy.

Mesotherapy for the face – Facial Rejuvenation

February 27th, 2013

Radiant, glowing, youthful skin – smoothing of superficial wrinkles. As we age, our skin loses vital nutrients as a result of sun exposure, hormonal changes, poor diet and poor circulation. Mesotherapy technique is used to treat and slow the process of ageing. This treatment results in a dynamic skin with improved tonicity, elasticity and appearance resulting in a clear, attractive complexion.

Mesotherapy is the unique combination of art and science developed by Dr. Michel Pistor of Paris, France in 1952. It is a medical speciality using painless microinjections of vitamins, herbs, homeopathic remedies and pharmaceuticals in specific formulations. Mesotherapy can be applied to a multitude of different conditions, both medical and cosmetic. Mesotherapy treatment has many applications: Its cosmetic usage includes weight loss, cellulite reduction, hair re-growth/alopecia, face and neck rejuvenation/ mesolifting, and body sculpting

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Mesotherapy: The Mesolift

February 19th, 2013

The Mesolift or Mesoglow is not an alternative to a surgical facelift but it can do amazing things to rejuvenate dry, tired and sun-damaged skin. Those factors that contribute to an "old, haggard" face deep with wrinkles are exactly was mesotherapy in the form of the MesoLift or Mesoglow is effective against.

The Mesolift is a series of micro-injections that can revitalize the skin, remove fatty deposits from the neck area and tighten loose skin in the face and neck area. A natural looking and non-surgical facial rejuvenation.

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Cost of Mesotherapy

February 19th, 2013

The total cost of mesotherapy depends on several factors and varies widely from one clinic to the other. Costs include consultation fees and treatment fees, which in turn depend on the level of expertise of the person providing treatment, the size and number of body areas to be treated and the total number of treatment sessions needed.

The higher the certification of the individual providing treatment, the higher the cost usually is. A board-certified plastic surgeon will be more expensive than a nurse practitioner. Clinics with higher overhead will also be more expensive. It is best to consider at least a couple of options to determine the level of expertise and price range one is comfortable with.

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Mesotherapy

February 19th, 2013

 

Everyone has a lot of extra fat and cellulite they would like to remove from their body. There are also a ton of options you can choose from for help. The options for weight loss products range from bars and shakes all the way to the surgical procedures like liposuction. The bars and shakes in many cases are bogus and do not really work and the surgical procedures do work for some things but not for others. The one thing that does work very well is mesotherapy. Not a whole lot of people are familiar with mesotherapy and that is what we want to clear up for those of you doing research on ways to lose fat.

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Mesotherapy: Look and Feel Younger

February 19th, 2013

Mesotherapy is something that a lot of people are now looking into to eliminate their cellulite and to help their blood flow and rejuvenate their skin. Many people will start the procedures when they are relatively young so that they can prevent wrinkles. The vitamins and antioxidants in the injections help to stimulate the skill cells and force them to produce more collagen and elastin. There are some amazing claims and some wonderful success stories we have heard for mesotherapy with regard to repeated treatments to the face, neck, hands and arms. One thing about the procedure, if you are using to help prevent wrinkles and similar things, it will have to be done every three to six months for the results to be achieved.

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Mesotherapy Before And After

February 19th, 2013

 

Most mesotherapy practitioners claim remarkable results in treating cellulite, localized fat deposits and wrinkles. There are numerous patient testimonials of successful treatment and mesotherapy before and after photos and pictures on mesotherapy clinic websites. For cellulite, results may be seen in as little as four weeks, and by the time treatment is completed, patients may have lost between two to four inches from the body area being treated. Similarly, for localized fat loss such as in love handles and other problem areas, approximately ten treatments can result in the loss of two to six inches. However, there is wide variation in how soon results may be seen, depending on which body area is being treated. There may also be considerable variation between people who are having the same body area treated. For cellulite and mesolifts, or facelifts with mesotherapy, patients are typically advised to return for maintenance treatment every six months to a year after the initial treatment is completed.

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Mesotherapy Side Effects

February 19th, 2013

  As with any other form of treatment, mesotherapy can have side effects. Some mild and transient side effects that may occur after a mesotherapy session include swelling, bruising and pain or itching at the injection site. These typically subside in a few hours to a few days. One compound that causes such swelling when injected is the compound lecithin. Some mesotherapists recommend the homeopathic drug arnica to reduce swelling. However, its action has not been scientifically proven. Patients may be advised to wear loose-fitting clothing, and to avoid exercise for up to two or three days following a mesotherapy treatment.

  Other side effects at the injection site can include scarring, pigmentation or ulcer formation. Sometimes, patients may feel a small lump under the injection site, which reduces or disappears after a few weeks. When non-sterile injection techniques are used, infections may occur, some of which may be potentially serious. Most of these infections have been reported from some South American countries, where unlicensed individuals administer mesotherapy treatments. It is therefore preferable to receive mesotherapy from a board-certified physician who practices good infection control.

  Mesotherapy patients may have local or systemic allergic reactions to any of the compounds that are injected. These can range from mild to potentially life-threatening. Trained clinicians know how to recognize such reactions, and can promptly administer appropriate treatment. This is another reason it is advisable to go to reputable mesotherapy specialist. There are occasional reports of unusual skin conditions, including psoriasis, in the scientific literature. Some of these are attributed to the mixing of compounds that may interact with each other.

Mesotherapy Treatment

February 19th, 2013

Mesotherapy is a fat and cellulite treatment that is practice by over 20,000 doctors in France. The Mesotherapy treatment consists in injecting a micro amount of medicamentous substances right under the skin, in the direct vicinity of the problem to be treated. Mesotherapy is used for a variety of things including, weight loss, cellulite removal, face and neck rejuvenation, and hair loss.

Mesotherapy origins

The origins and principle of mesotherapy is a medical treatment consisting in managing drugs by microinjections in the skin. This technique was developed in 1952 by Doctor Michel Pistor a French doctor. The overall philosophy of Mesotherapy treatment translated from French is: "To inject little, seldom, at the good place". In other words, a drug must traverse the smallest possible way. This philosophy is key to insuring that the solution is injected to benefit the problem which one wants to deal with, versus treating the entire body.

By using the localized mesotherapy treatment philosophy a mesotherapy doctor avoids the problem of substances passing in blood and from going in the stomach or the liver. With other type treatments the body can be faced with unintended damage that is often caused by the sometimes aggressive drugs.

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